Psycho

Alfred Hitchcock is famously known as the “master of suspense,” and while random, violent bird attacks, and a man in a wheelchair who spies on his neighbors are both... See More

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Alfred Hitchcock is famously known as the “master of suspense,” and while random, violent bird attacks, and a man in a wheelchair who spies on his neighbors are both super suspenseful, he got that title thanks to a small handful of films. Chief among them? Psycho. 

This film was groundbreaking in so many ways. Instead of being hunted by monstrous creatures of the night, or haunted by evil spirits, Hitchcock introduced us to a new, more subtle villain. A monster that didn’t come for us…but rather from us. An evil that lived within our own troubled minds…

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Alfred Hitchcock is famously known as the “master of suspense,” and while random, violent bird attacks, and a man in a wheelchair who spies on his neighbors are both super suspenseful, he got that title thanks to a small handful of films. Chief among them? Psycho. 

This film was groundbreaking in so many ways. Instead of being hunted by monstrous creatures of the night, or haunted by evil spirits, Hitchcock introduced us to a new, more subtle villain. A monster that didn’t come for us…but rather from us. An evil that lived within our own troubled minds…

Remember to subscribe and rate us on Apple Podcasts, and follow @BLeavPodcasts and @jonblerner on Twitter!

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